The Black Rosy-Finch is a medium-sized chunky finch with a conical bill and a notched tail.
The Island Scrub-Jay, also known as Santa Cruz Island Jay or Island Jay are only found on the North American island of Santa Cruz off the coast of Southern California.
The Painted Redstart, also known as the Painted Whitestart is among the most attractive and festive looking of all Parulids.
The Yellow-eyed Junco is a medium-sized sparrow with a small conical bill, thick neck and a fairly long tail.
The Cactus Wren is a species of wren that is endemic to the deserts of the southwestern United States and northern and central Mexico. It is the state bird of Arizona and the largest wren in the United States.
The Eurasian Siskin, also known as the European Siskin, Common Siskin, or simply "Siskin" is a greenish-yellow songbird. It is very common throughout Europe and Asia.
The Altamira Oriole is the largest oriole in North America. It is widespread in subtropical lowlands of the Mexican Gulf Coast and northern Central America, the Pacific coast and inland.
The Western Tanager is a medium-sized American songbird. It is the western counterpart of the Scarlet Tanager from the east.
The Red-faced Warbler is a species of New World warbler. It is one of the only warblers that have a bright red color, with the Painted Redstart being the other.
The Red-breasted Nuthatch is a small, compact bird, with short tail, neck and a long tapered bill. They are blue-gray birds with strongly patterned heads.
The Black-and-white Warbler, a small songbird with a thin, slightly curved bill, is one of the most distinctive wood-warblers in North America.
The Tufted Titmouse is a small gray songbird that is common in eastern deciduous forests and a frequent visitor to feeders.
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